is a show for outdoor lovers!
The popular section
“The Natural Lifestyle” that is being broadcast
on Niigata's information program “Evening Wide Niigata Ichiban”
has been made into a series.
Introducing seasonal trekking, apprentices who live with nature,
apprenticeships, rice planting, ...
This is a show for outdoor lovers!
The popular section “Natural” that is being broadcast on Niigata's information program “Evening Wide Niigata Ichiban” has been
made into a series.
Introducing seasonal trekking, apprentices who live with nature,
apprenticeships, rice planting, harvesting rice, ...
Yamakoshi, this is the place where nishikigoi originally came from.
This is a documentary of Koi farmers in Yamakoshi.
The rice paddies overflow with water from the freshly melted snow,
as do the wild ponds in which nishikigoi are raised.
The hills and valleys overflow with water and greenery.
A number of travelers are coming to Japan. We are discovering the attractiveness of Nagoya city by interviewing these travelers.
What the travelers saw in Nagoya?
A small factory in Nagoya makes artificial breasts and artificial appendages for patients who’ve succumbed to cancer or been involved in
horrific accidents. One woman was badly burnt in a fiery car crash and the documentary follows her progress as the lifelike epitheses
allow her to live an increa...
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum opened 10 years after the Atomic bomb was dropped, and it re-opened on April 25, 2019 after renovations. With a focus on real-life pictures, the museum displays mementos from those who perished, as well as pictures from the time of the bombing, and paintings from thos...
A heartwarming documentary to show how people connect the hearts between rural and urban.
Tokachi, eastern Hokkaido, is known as Japan’s largest farming area producing wealthy agricultural, dairy, and husbandry items. In this decade, farmers in Tokachi have been hosting more than 20,000 ...
TeNY’s announcer approaches the wonder of aquatic world and makes interesting discovery in the aquarium. Let’s enjoy a beautiful aquarium and unseen side of it!
Nearly seven years have passed since the massive earthquake and tsunami hit northeastern Japan
and caused the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Decommissioning the plant
will take decades. But people’ s lives have recovered with an astonishing speed by putting together
Chapter One : Washoku Origins
Chapter Two : Wanmono (Bowl Dish)
In 794, Japan’s capital was moved to Kyoto.
It remained the capital for more than a millennium.
The diverse food culture of the Imperial family and nobility is still in evidence today.
The origins of washoku are honzen, shojin and ...
Fukushima Prefecture is continuing promote the medical industry. The medical field is expecting large growth centered on developing nations. The medical industry in Fukushima can have a big impact on the regional economy. The value of Fukushima’s medical equipment market will double over the next 10...
The documentary program that focused on Fukuoka and Saga is Witness "F".
People's lives, incidents, disasters, welfare.
We deeply explain various themes deeply and politely.
The two 80-meter waterfalls, which are worshiped as deities, tumble with a booming roar. Between them is a sacred temple where many priests come for their religious training. In the olden days, a famous general, Uesugi Kenshin, left his Buddhist statue at the temple and since then it has been revere...
Takashi Amano is the founder of Nature Aquarium. In 2013, he was offered the chance to create the world’s largest nature aquarium being forty meters in length, at the Lisbon Oceanarium. The goal of this project is to portray the Earths natural beauty, which is believed to be diminishing by the day. ...
Coverage that follows a severely disabled married couple from their marriage, giving birth, and raising their children, for 22 years.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Akimoto have cerebral palsy. They got married in 1992 as they sought independent from their parents. Before long, the couple had two children. Chil...
Kyoto's allure lies not only in its shrines and temples or the elegance of the city.
For more than a millennium since the year 794, Kyoto flourished as the capital, leading the way in the arts, architecture and commerce. The essence of Japanese culture was born in Kyoto, and has been refined and pa...
Corporate and organization leaders are said to be loners.
They also seem to be unapproachable.
However, we want to know more about them, about goals they set, and how they tackle difficult decisions.
“The Leader” features a leader each time, and the documentary reveals a side of them never seen i...
This program will introduce you to the artisans who create new products while keeping with the traditional methods of old.
We have 5 episodes and each episodes include 3 srtisan's stories.
At the age of seven, Sakubei Yamamoto entered a coal mine with his parents; this was the beginning of his 50 year career at the Chikuho mines in Fukuoka prefecture. The mines were pitch black and humid, and the threat of collapse or flooding was never far from the miner’s minds.
After retiring, Sak...
This program introduces the history of shrines and temples, as well as the meaning behind the seals and the characters and the proper manner for obtaining them. Temples and shrines are capturing attention in the recent power spot craze, and people visit them for a variety of reasons.
Well-established inn "Kagaya" of Wakura Onsen of Ishikawa has the history more than 100 years.
In "Japanese hotel, 100 selections of inns which a professional chooses ," Kagaya continues being chosen as NO.1 more than 30 years. It is located in the middle of Noto Peninsula, and, at this inn where ...
Kaihosangyo Co., Ltd. of Kanazawa-shi is a company of the car recycling. President Norihiko Kondo changed the auto sales company to the recycling company(Kaihosangyo Co., Ltd.) which sell a used parts. And the company exports motor parts to 74 countries of the world now. This program introduces "The...
By closely covering the daily lives and activities of the "passionate people," this 25-minute documentary depicts the charm and real self of an athlete, a performer, a musician, a scholar and many other who are active in the front lines.
Marie Kondo, Organizing Consultant
Author of the best-sell...
Yamakoshi Ward (former Yamakoshimura) in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture,
is the origin of “Nishikigoi” carps.
The area experienced devastating damage in the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake in 2004, requiring the entire village to evacuate. However, fifteen years later,it has been revived as a beautif...